Fairbanks-Morse H10-44 photos

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Robert B
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Fairbanks-Morse H10-44 photos

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Hello everyone,

I took a day trip today to the Depot Museum in Brodhead, Wisconsin.
They have The Milwaukee Road #781 just outside the old depot.
Took a few roof top photos today using a digital camera mounted on a tripod, taped to a tall wooden stick.
Using the camera time delay feature, I had 10 seconds to get this up in the air.
The locomotive is 14' 6" tall.
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That is one pretty locomotive, and the method used to get them is rather genius.
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There is just something about those FM locos, a smoothness to their blocky form. Great pics, and of the roof also! Well done.
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Please don't post cool locomotive pics. It makes me want to produce a kit. And I'm still "working" on a U boat :( :lol:
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These are nice photos, and the technique to get them is great. :thumbup:
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